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Pillsbury | USA | 6 Jun 2018

Supreme Court Rescues the Collective Action Waiver in Employee Arbitration Agreements: Epic Systems v. Lewis resolves a circuit split

In Epic Systems v. Lewis, the Supreme Court narrowly upheld the enforceability of pre-dispute arbitration agreements that require employees to bring

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Pillsbury | USA | 18 Oct 2016

Subrogation Waivers and the Perils of Litigation: Wavering on a Precipice

When an insurance company pays a claim by its insured, the insurance company acquires a legal right to pursue a so-called “subrogation” claim against

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Pillsbury | USA | 12 Jul 2016

The Limits of Subrogation: Giving with One Hand Shouldn’t Mean Taking with the Other!

When an insurer pays a claim by its insured, it acquires a legal right to pursue a so-called “subrogation” claim against another party who may be

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Pillsbury | USA | 30 Jun 2016

FCC Enforcement Monitor

The FCC's Media Bureau rejected a Kansas TV licensee's request to defer a $15,000 fine for failing to timely file fourteen Children's Television

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Pillsbury | USA | 23 Jun 2016

FAA Releases Long-Awaited Rule for Commercial Operations of Small Unmanned Aircraft Systems

A key milestone in regulating the commercial use of small unmanned aircraft systems (sUAS), the Federal Aviation Administration's (FAA) final rule

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Pillsbury | USA | 23 Jun 2016

Drones in the Sky: An Analysis of FAA’s Milestone Rules for Commercial Operations

A key milestone in regulating the commercial use of small unmanned aircraft systems (sUAS), the Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) final rule

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Pillsbury | USA | 25 Apr 2016

It Was Only a Slip! London Insurers’ Communication with Counsel via Brokers Constituted Waiver of Privilege

They do some things differently in London. But just because they have different customs across the pond doesn't mean they get to play by different

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Pillsbury | USA | 1 Jun 2015

Virginia's new law: subcontractors and material supplies may not waive certain rights in the contract

Recently, Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe signed into law Senate Bill 891, new law effective July 1, 2015. S.B. 891 adds Section 11-4.1:1 to the

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Pillsbury | USA | 14 Jan 2015

Stop calling me: can consumers waive the right to revoke consent under the TCPA?

The Telephone Consumer Protection Act permits companies to make telephone solicitations using autodialers and pre-recorded messages once they have a

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Pillsbury | USA | 2 Mar 2014

Court affirms city's discretion to waive bid defect, clarifying the meaning of inconsequential deviation

Recently a California Court of Appeal affirmed a superior court's judgment and order confirming that the City of San Leandro (City) had not abused its

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